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1answer
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Find URL that a process, application or script is requesting

I can see the established network connection a program creates with TCPview, netstat or Resource Monitor but I'm trying to see the URL a program initially reaches out to. For instance, this URL ...
0
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0answers
9 views

Windows: trigger an http request from keys

I'm a linux/mac user, don't know anything on windows. I need to trigger an http request when the combination alt+F8 is pressed. With Window 8.1. Only with free/open software. How can I do it?
3
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1answer
46 views

Is there any solution/utilities to compress and upload a large file simultenously?

Upload a large file via broadband connection takes time. Compress the file using max. compression ratio before upload also consume time. Is there any solution that may compress and upload file to ...
0
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0answers
13 views

Rewrite HTTP requests on a single URL

Is it possible to rewrite certain URL requests in Windows (8.1)? The background story is that I am programming some application and have hit a blocker bug, and on all requests to a single URL I will ...
0
votes
1answer
18 views

“Middleman” for URLs (http opens)

I was wondering if there is a possibility to have a middleman/firewall-like functionality in Windows which would enable me to review the URL the application is trying to send to the browser and decide ...
0
votes
1answer
442 views

Is it me or my ISP?: Persistent 503 Service Unavailable Problems

For months now I keep getting 503s when I attempt to visit 3 websites. My ISP keeps trying to blame my computer and not its system. I have bought two modems in the past 15 months on the ISPs ...
0
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1answer
159 views

fiddler doesn't capture windows live writer traffic

I have been trying to capture windows live writer traffic through fiddler for my application which runs on IIS Express but I am unable to. Fiddler is open, capture traffic mode is on. I also used the ...
0
votes
1answer
103 views

Can not access a certain HTTPS domain. Very weird issue

I'm having a very weird issue with a certain HTTPS site. I have no crazy network setup or firewalls. Just computers behind a cable modem. I feel dumb but I can't figure it out for the life of me. ...
0
votes
1answer
75 views

MSG command send hypertext link

So I can send messages from one Windows user to the other without a problem. But how about if I wanted I send message with a hypertext link, is this possible? Here's what I thought of but doesn't ...
1
vote
0answers
21 views

How to keep apache running on Windows machine?

I am forced to use Apache on a Windows machine (server 2008) - basically it was installed in the XAMPP package. The problem is that it frequently hangs up. The "send error" notification appears - and ...
4
votes
1answer
319 views

Simplest setup on Windows to send HTTP request, get and apply regex to response, and write match(es) to output file

I'd like to write a script that records the size of the close votes review queue on SO (currently ~95.5k), polling just a few times an hour, so I could plot a general trend. I know what I'm going to ...
1
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0answers
83 views

Fast HTTP downloads freeze frequently

I've been having a problem recently when it comes to downloading files with fast speeds (of any size) using HTTP. The problem is mostly happening on a specific file-hosting site that I bought a ...
1
vote
0answers
296 views

http ping to restart service

This tool checks if a website is offline or not. http://www.coretechnologies.com/products/http-ping/ I'm trying to create an automated process to run that file and check domain.com, if pinging fails ...
0
votes
1answer
1k views

Proxy settings for HTTP request using libcurl

I am fairly new to HTTP Protocols involving proxies and authentication. I am working on an application that runs on Windows and uses the host network to send/receive HTTP/S requests. It also uses ...
0
votes
2answers
1k views

Connect to an https service using an http-only client

Is there a simple command line client that would be invoked something like this: http2https --listen localhost:80 --connect example.com:443 which would then allow me to effectively connect to ...
1
vote
1answer
261 views

Using wget does not give same output as browser

I am using wget for Windows (gnuwin32 wget-1.11.4-1) in Windows 8 and using it for a helpdesk tool called Kayako, telling it to poll from an email queue. The command line looks like this: wget.exe -O ...
0
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0answers
117 views

Block specific http request from windows

How can i block certain requests from all applications based on pattern? Eg. lets say i doesn't want my computer to access example.com/example.php, not the whole domain. I'm running windows 7
1
vote
1answer
129 views

extremely weird network issue (HTTP) related (5s/10s delays)

I have a very strange network issue related to my PC (Win7 64bit pro) and http traffic. In general it is all about strange 5s/10s delays for resources obtained using http protocol. I am 100% sure it ...
0
votes
1answer
565 views

IIS server not accessible outside of LAN

I've started up multiple computers and run servers trough IIS multiple times. I had no problem setting up servers on Windows 7, 8 Developer, 8 Consumer, but now that I have Windows 8 Pro, I can't seem ...
2
votes
1answer
43 views

Enabling HTTP 1.1 in Internet Explorer 2.0

I am using Windows NT 4.0 and the built-in web browser Internet Explorer 2.0 seems to have a problem locating most of the web sites. It looks like the browser is not using HTTP/1.1 and doesn't pass ...
2
votes
2answers
248 views

HTTP Services inaccessible from some ISP's

I got a really strange problem and I don't know what to do anymore. All my problems started a couple of weeks ago. A basic schematic of my network is available in the fallowing image: Basic ...
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votes
1answer
41 views

How can I get all sites, that I requested in Windows? [closed]

I mean all webpages that I visit. Like getting all processes throught user32 dll.
2
votes
1answer
3k views

HTTP proxy server for Windows that forwards to SOCKS proxy

I have am application for Windows which only supports HTTP proxies (no SOCKS support). Because I already have some good SOCKS proxy lists, I was wondering: Is there some HTTP proxy server for ...
1
vote
2answers
2k views

Downloading files greater than 2gb via http doesn't work

I am raring up files and downloading them via HTTP from my webserver. Most of the files have been below 2GB but now it seems the ones that are round 2GB and higher aren't working. When I download ...
3
votes
2answers
1k views

How can I redirect HTTP requests to use HTTPS?

Is it possible to automatically redirect HTTP to HTTPS? Can I amend my host file in such a way that when I visit http://www.hsbc.co.uk it will redirect me to https://www.hsbc.co.uk? or is there ...
2
votes
1answer
2k views

How to limit my Windows network transfer rate?

Downloading a 2 MB file in my LAN using HTTP is going to fast, and I need to slow it down so I can debug one app I'm developing. Is there any way to do this?
2
votes
3answers
1k views

Any Windows client available for HTTP live streaming

Is there any Windows client available for HTTP live streaming? Will Safari work on Windows platform or only on OS X?
0
votes
1answer
895 views

Using a proxy autoconfig script with an application that doesn't support it?

Is there a way to "Wrap" an application in such a way that outgoing HTTP traffic (i.e. web service calls) goes through a proxy that is configured via a PAC script? The application itself has no ...
40
votes
10answers
43k views

Extremely simple web server for Windows? [closed]

A few years ago I used a super simple free web server for Windows. The only thing you had to do was copy an exe to a dir, double-click that exe, and - voilá - that dir was now accessible over HTTP. ...
3
votes
4answers
3k views

Commandline http download tool for Windows

Is there a built-in command line tool for downloading files from the internet? I know there is wget for windows, which is fantastic piece of technology, but I am not allowed to install it :( I just ...
1
vote
1answer
851 views

Windows HTTP tunnel through 2 Linux hosts?

The localhost only has connection to Host1. Host1 has connection to Host2 and localhost. How can I setup this to use Host2 as a proxy for web trafic from localhost? I have seen similar topics but ...
2
votes
1answer
69 views

Is there a good tool that lets me sniff the network calls?

My objective: Itunes talks to their cloud servers. I want to be able to know which URL they are talking to when I use my Itunes. How can I do that?
6
votes
6answers
3k views

Lightweight tool for viewing raw HTTP messages?

I'm investigating differences in behaviour between a couple of Web servers. I need to see raw response data from the servers (i.e. before the response is de-chunked if it has ...
1
vote
3answers
945 views

Application for upload a file via HTTP

I need upload a set of files via http. do you know any application to accomplish this? UPDATE I have access and permissions to read and write, only via http to this location (Linux Server) OS is ...
16
votes
3answers
25k views

Freeware local proxy engine for Windows? [closed]

Is there a nice and small, freeware proxy application that runs in the system tray? It should support HTTP and HTTPS proxy connections, NTLM authentication and configurable rules (different proxy ...
1
vote
1answer
247 views

Google search results are downloaded as a file in Google Chrome

I'm behind a proxy at work, and Google Chrome insists on downloading Google search results pages instead of displaying them. Whether I try to search from the address bar, from google.com, or from a ...
0
votes
2answers
3k views

HTTP (FORM) brute force cracker freeware [closed]

We use a NAS in our small office which is set-up so that each person has their own private directory on it. However the password to enter the HTTP administration area has been forgotten so we're ...
2
votes
5answers
547 views

Single-EXE GUI client to download files from web server?

I uploaded a bunch of files on a web server that a friend of mine would like to download. Problem is, he has very little computer knowledge, so I'd like to make things as easy as possible. I know ...